While your statement is mostly true, there are certainly conditions
where it is false.
For instance, I generally use an IMAP client, but some of my messages
are filtered into folders using the web interface.
Personally, I'm not too concerned about the change. I suspect very few
of my people are using filters. And while I was gung-ho on filters a
few years back, most of them aren't that important. The benefits of
the improved interface will out weigh the temporary pain of the switch.
(but I can see how this would be different for another department that
has suggested people make heavy use of filters)
On Dec 3, 2008, at 9:13 AM, Leo Sell wrote:
> Beyond that, the new service is really just a "new skin" on the mail
> servers. If people
> prefer to use an e-mail client, or the dept server, that's fine and
> dandy. They really
> shouldn't see any effect on POP or IMAP access. /L